Early Signs of Dementia

Dementia is the general term for conditions and diseases characterized by a steep decline in memory, problem-solving, language, and other mental skills that can affect an individual’s ability to perform everyday activities.  Alzheimer’s is the most common cause of dementia, which gets worse over time. The condition occurs when the nerve cells in the brain…

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The Best Cancer-fighting Foods

The foods that you eat can significantly affect many aspects of your health, such as the risk of developing chronic diseases including diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Studies have shown that the development of cancer is heavily influenced by what you eat. Many floods contain beneficial compounds that help the body fight the growth of…

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Study says 81% of Coronavirus Cases are Mild

The CCDC or Chinese Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a paper with its findings on Coronavirus. The findings revealed that most coronavirus cases are “mild” with individuals with other conditions and older adults to be at the highest risk. The CCDC’s team performed a study that analyzed the confirmed cases of Coronavirus as…

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Pepto-Bismol

Pepto-Bismol Formula C7H5BiO4 ChemSpider ID 17615374 ChemSpider 17215772 DrugBank DB01294 Molar mass 362.093 g/mol Overview Pepto- Bismol or also more commonly known as “the pink stuff” is quite popular over- the- counter medicine that is formulated to treat digestive problems. If you feel like you are feeling a bit queasy, then read on about this…

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Triamcinolone

Triamcinolone   Metabolism Hepatic Trade name Nasacort, Kenalog etc Formula C21H27FO6 CAS ID 124-94-7 Molar mass 394.434 g/mol Overview Triamcinolone is a type of medicine that replicates the natural steroid hormones that the body produces, so it works by helping the immune system to adjust when it is starting to overreact. This medication is used…

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Oxybutynin

Oxybutynin   PubChem CID 4634 ChEMBL Id 1231 ChemSpider ID 4473 CAS ID 5633-20-5 Molar mass 357.486 g/mol What is Oxybutynin? Oxybutynin is a medicine used to treat some of the symptoms if a person has an overactive bladder. Including incontinence or the loss of bladder control, or the frequent need of a person to…

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Flexeril (Cyclobenzaprine)

Flexeril   ChemSpider ID 2792 Protein binding 93% CAS ID 303-53-7 Molar mass 275.387 g/mol Overview Flexeril is a brand name and a kind of medication that is used to aid in relaxing specific muscles in the body. This medicine is available as well in a generic form which is called cyclobenzaprine.   This was formulated…

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Thorazine

Thorazine   ATC code N05AA01 Metabolism Liver Formula C17H19ClN2S CAS ID 50-53-3 Molar mass 318.86 g/mol Overview Thorazine has many uses and applications as medication. It is often used to treat mental and behavioral problems. It is likewise used to control vomiting and nausea, hiccups, and nervousness before surgery or medical treatment. Moreover, it is…

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Alendronate

Alendronate ChemSpider ID 2004 PubChem CID 2088 ChemSpider ID 2004 Bioavailability 0.6% CAS ID 121268-17-5 Overview Alendronate is a tablet sold as a generic and brand name medicine. It is available as Binosto and Fosamax. The medication is also available as an effervescent tablet and an oral solution. The drug is used to cure and…

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Fluticasone

Fluticasone IUPHAR ID 6699 ChEMBL Id 1201396 ChemSpider ID 4470631 Protein binding 91% Molar mass 444.508 g/mol CAS ID 80474-14-2 Fluticasone is a prescription or nonprescription corticosteroid medication for treating symptoms of asthma, nasal symptoms, allergic rhinitis, and specific skin problems. It is available to different forms, but the most common are nasal spray and…

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